Dolores Mincey affectionally known as Lois/Sugar entered this life on August 6, 1962 to late Dewey C. and Johnnie D. Mincey in Jersey City, New Jersey. She was the ninth born out of sixteen children.
Lois was educated in the Jersey City School System and held many positions over the years. Her last being at liberty State Park as a ground’s keeper.
Lois was introduced to Christ and was a member of Glorious Blessed Assurance Missionary Baptist Church under the lead servant Pastor Roy Samuel Davis.
Lois was well known and loved by many. She also was known by her effectual sayings “Baby Bye and Shut Up”. She was always the life of the party and would be on the dance floor dancing to every song rolling it up and dropping it…Lois had her own style and fashion every time she hit the pavement, she was always sharp as a tack. She just loved life and everything it had to offer, she lived life her way and didn’t care what others felt one way or another. Lois was the truth three was no shame to her game. She kept it real, either it was or it wasn’t with her. Not only was she beautiful outside but she had a heart of gold and a soul of platinum inside. You may not see or hear from Lois but rest assure that if there was a family event she was there with bells on.
On February 4, 2019 (the morning bus ride) after a protracted battle with liver cancer, Lois answered the “masters call” surrounded with family and friends by her side at Peace Care St. Joseph’s in Jersey City.
Lois was preceded in death by her parents Dewey C. and Johnnie D. Mincey and her baby sister Yvette Mincey.
Lois leaves to cherish her memories her, three children; Walley Mincey, Talisha Vega and Shakira Mincey all of Jersey City, New Jersey; one son-in-law Robert Vega; and her longtime companion Omar Cartwell; fourteen grandchildren Walley Glaster, Tylasha Mincey, Aailyah Tisdale, Infiniti Mincey, Walaysia Glaster, Antwniq Rose-Mincey, Waniyah Mincey, Honesty Davila, Waleyah Mincey, Nahsim Mincey, Anthony Rose Jr, Eve Mincey, Promise Mincey and Ryder Vega all of Jersey City, New Jersey. Twelve siblings Maurice Mobley, Bernard Mobley of Jacksonville, Florida, Dean (Kenny) Steven of Baltimore, Maryland, Elizabeth Taylor of St. Petersburg, Florida, Irving Mincey of East Orange, New Jersey, Lucy Bonaparte, Brenda Mincey, Glady (Michael) Ruck, Robert Mincey, Diane Mincey, Shirly Mincey, and Darryl Mincey all of Jersey City, New Jersey. Host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, great nieces/nephews, cousins and friends.